From Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 to Wonder Woman, we preview the biggest new movies coming your way.
Legion is the small-screen saviour of formulaic comic book adaptations.
Wolverine’s hyper-violent final bow suggests that audiences are ready for more mature superheroes.
By Matthew Eng
From Luke Cage to Moonlight, the American actor has made a vital contribution to his craft this year.
By Tom Williams
Tom Holland suits up for his first outing as everyone’s favourite web-slinging superhero.
The surprise Marvel mega hit returns for more charmingly wacky intergalactic adventures.
Scarlett Johansson has poured cold water on a possible solo outing for her comic book heroine.
The fun quotient appears to remain high in James Gunn's forthcoming comic book sequel.
Tilda Swinton’s Ancient One looks to be Marvel’s most progressive character yet.
By David Hughes
Like Superman during the Great Depression, today’s superheroes are in-sync with our complex political climate.
While Marvel’s Luke Cage is tackling race issues head on, progress is much slower in the studio’s cinematic universe.
By Tom Bond
Roger Corman’s unreleased 1994 film The Fantastic Four was doomed from the start.
By Alex Hess
M Night Shyamalan’s understated 2000 drama is anathema to the box-office behemoths of today.
The hype around Suicide Squad suggests audiences are keen to see more of their favourite comic-book antiheroes.
By Tom Bond
The prospect of Brie Larson as Captain Marvel is cause for celebration and concern.
By Elena Lazic
Sam Raimi’s franchise midpoint is a perfect superhero sequel – a film with a sincere belief in humanity.
By Mark Asch
Rejecting the physics of an ever-expanding comic book universe, Bryan Singer’s Superman reboot has passed the test of time.